COLLEGE PARK, Md. (WJZ) — The College of Maryland, School Park lifted its sequester-in-place order on Saturday.
The College carried out the order final week after a “regarding” rise in COVID-19 circumstances.
In a letter to the campus neighborhood, the College stated the variety of optimistic circumstances has slowed, and the each day optimistic price from the final three days of main testing was 1%.
“Because of this, the sequester-in-place order will likely be lifted efficient right this moment, Saturday, February 27 at midday. We are going to proceed to actively monitor the scenario and intervene appropriately as wanted, together with requiring extra testing in areas the place we might observe elevated viral transmission,” the letter stated.
In-person studying will resume on March 1 for programs with a classroom part.
Indoor gatherings will likely be restricted to 10 individuals and outside gatherings will likely be restricted to 25 individuals, at not more than 1 individual per 200 sq. ft in both case.
Bodily distancing and correct mask-wearing are nonetheless required whatever the location and dimension of a gathering, the College stated.